Tag: Beef

Beef Mushroom Noodle Soup

Beef Mushroom Noodle Soup

Beef Mushroom Noodle Soup Beef Mushroom Noodle Soup is made with Fortune Udon Mushroom Flavor Noodles and is it good! I have entered a recipe contest using Fortune Udon noodles and the challenge category is soup. Living here in Wisconsin, with temperatures hovering around 28 

Beef Barley Soup

Beef Barley Soup

Beef Barley Soup I’ve been making this recipe for Beef Barley Soup for well over 30 years. It’s an easy and delicious recipe. Make this recipe with beef-bouillon cubes per recipe directions, carton of beef broth or to really make this super duper delicious, use 

Hot Beef Pinwheels

Hot Beef Pinwheels

Hot Beef Pinwheels

Today’s recipe is all about left-overs. What do you do when you have about two cups of left-over hot beef?? You make Hot Beef Pinwheels! First let me explain what “hot beef” is. In my family, we call “shredded” beef, “Italian” beef, “hot” beef.  “Shredded” beef or “hot” beef is served on a bun or my personal favorite, a nice “roll.” I prefer a nice “roll” that is crusty on the outside and tender on the inside, better to soak up all that flavorful juice. My hubby prefers his “hot” beef on a slab of garlic bread.

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Best “Hot” Beef

The name “hot beef” (I think, at least) comes from a small and very popular pizzeria that is located in downtown Appleton, WI. called Frank’s Pizza Palace. A family owned, local hang-out and an Appleton downtown fixture for more than 70 years. To learn more, check out the menu from Frank’s Pizza Palace .  Boy, oh boy, could I go for a piping hot piece of a Frank’s Special.

Best Pizza

Besides serving their legendary pizza and garlic bread, Frank’s serves The Best “hot beef” sandwiches around. If you grew up in Appleton or the surrounding Fox Valley area, chances are you have at least once in your life eaten at the Pizza Palace…if you haven’t, shame on you. You don’t know what your missing! I have many memories of spending time at Frank’s Pizza Palace.

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Horseradish

The Huntsinger Farms outside Eau Claire is the world’s largest grower and producer of that racy-tasting long stringy root….horseradish. Ellis Huntsinger, a German who enjoyed his horseradish as much as any, did get tired of grating it for every meal. One morning, he accidentally spilled cream into his bowl of fresh horseradish, and at noon it was still “hot.”

This led to the creation of horseradish sauces which can spark the flavors of many meats, fish and vegetables. You can serve these yummy hot beef pinwheels with horseradish, horseradish sauce or the warmed juice from the drained hot beef. Check out this recipe for Homemade Horseradish.

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